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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Johnny Apple write?
(a) That John had joined the enemy.
(b) That John never went on a mission.
(c) That John was missing.
(d) That John was dead.
2. How were the American prisoners treated after the three Americans were released and told their story?
(a) They were given less food.
(b) They were denied outdoor privileges.
(c) They were treated better.
(d) Their beatings increased.
3. What happened if they were caught communicating?
(a) They were ridiculed.
(c) They were killed.
(d) Thy received harsh punishment.
4. How did the pilots feel about the orders they were given?
(a) They refused to follow them.
(b) They were angry.
(c) They were frustrated.
(d) They thought the decisions were wise.
5. What was John supposed to do in Hanoi on his mission?
(a) Fly over the area sniping people.
(b) Scan the area for map-making.
(c) Bomb the harbor.
(d) Bomb the thermal power plant.
6. Why were prisoners taken out of their cells?
(a) For exercise.
(b) They were never allowed out of the cells.
(c) For meals.
(d) For interrogation.
7. What caused John the most dismay?
(a) He was upset at how his family suffered.
(b) He wished he could show the Vietnamese that he was really a fine man.
(c) He didn't want to disappoint his father.
(d) He didn't like seeing his fellow soldiers ill.
8. What Army exercises in training did John excel in?
(a) Surviving in a POW camp.
(b) Evading the enemy.
9. What did Jake and Slew find difficult when they talked about war experiences to elementary students?
(a) They had too many traumatic memories.
(b) They had to mentally sort out the confidential information.
(c) They had a hard time keeping their language clean.
(d) It was difficult remembering all that happened.
10. How did Jack feel about the way America was fighting the Vietnam War?
(a) He was frustrate and challenged Washington on it.
(b) He was embarrassed by his country's approach.
(c) He didn't question it. He just did what he was ordered to do without comment.
(d) He thought they were doing a good job.
11. What did the guard draw in the dirt at Christmas?
(a) A cross.
(b) A manger.
(c) His name.
(d) A swastika.
12. What were the prisoners able to do by April of 1969?
(a) Eat all they wanted.
(b) Play ping-pong and pool.
(c) Call home.
(d) Walk outside the gates.
13. Jack's mom told John after the war that she would hear Jack doing what in his study?
(b) Throwing things.
(c) Typing madly.
14. How did Jack respond to the opinions of those under his command?
(a) He only listened to the officers under his command.
(b) He refused to listen to them.
(c) He was interested in hearing them and truly listened.
(d) He thought that other ideas were ridiculous.
15. What did John do during the Christmas Eve service in 1968?
(a) He prayed for his family.
(b) He finally broke down and cried.
(c) He decided that trusting God was useless.
(d) He started an uprising.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did the prisoners leave messages for each other?
2. What did the Americans who were released in August tell the world?
3. How did John feel about the Committee of Liaison with Families of Servicemen Detained in North Vietnam?
4. What did John and his friends start up in Meridian, Mississippi?
5. What did John do while in solitary?
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